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Fisher-Price Master Moves Mickey (M3)

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  • M3 wows his audience with 360 spins and his signature one-handed handstand, the Windmill
  • M3 has 8 original tracks to share with you, including the catchy beats: M-to-the-I Remix and Who's Da Mouse
  • Master Moves Mickey has over 15 dance moves to groove along to the music
  • Encourages energetic movement and learning through 4 action-packed dance lessons
  • Squeeze Mickey's nose to switch songs and moves and to activate interactive dances
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Product Description

Product Description

Fisher-Price Master Moves Mickey Get down in the house with your favorite mouse! Known best for his famous handstand, Mickey comes equipped with 15 total dance moves but is missing one thing, a dance partner! That's where you come in. Perfect your dance moves along side Master Moves Mickey as he plays music and shouts phrases. Take playtime to a whole new level with Master Moves Mickey!

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Get down in the house with your favorite Mouse! Mickey dances to a funky beat as he combines over 15 different dance moves into his own original dance combinations. Perfect your moves with Mickey as he shows off his insane handstand and then pops right into a 360! Press his nose to hear original tracks and funky beats as Mickey does "The Windmill," "The Mouska Mix," "The Spin Cycle," "The Handstand," and the rest of his cool Mouska moves!

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Mickey Shows Off More Than 15 Dance Moves

Master Moves Mickey is taking dancing to a whole new level with his music and moves! Known as M3, Mickey is dialed up in his freshest dance gear, and he's ready to get down with 15 impressive dance moves, including his signature one-handed handstand, the "360 Spin," "The Windmill," and many more.

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Mickey dances to a funky beat!

Simply squeeze Mickey's nose to switch between high-energy songs, dazzling moves, and dance grooves. Mickey even teaches your child four dances through exciting interactive lessons, while belting out fun phrases, including "Word to the M-O-U-S-E! That's me!" and "You gotta move it to prove it!" At 15 inches tall, Mickey is a big-kid buddy for big-time fun and dancing!

Dance Fun for Kids Ages Two to Six

Designed for children two to six years old, Master Moves Mickey teaches children valuable gross motor skills through instructional dance lessons. They'll also get a boost in understanding cause-and-effect relationships by squeezing Mickey's nose to switch between songs, lessons, and dances.

What's in the Box

Master Moves Mickey and six AA batteries.

Master Moves Mickey

At a Glance:

  • Get down in the house with your favorite mouse
  • Mickey combines over moves into original combinations
  • Mickey moves from his handstand into a 360
  • Squeeze his nose to hear original tracks and funky beats

Age/Weight Requirements:

  • Two years and up

Assembly Requirements:

  • Six AA (LR6) batteries required (included)

Trademark Information:
Fisher-Price®
©Disney


Product Information

Product Dimensions 18 x 12 x 14.8 inches
Item Weight 1 pounds
Shipping Weight 4.8 pounds
Domestic Shipping This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
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Shipping Advisory This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
ASIN B007J3F9IY
Item model number W5129
Manufacturer recommended age 24 months - 6 years
Batteries 6 AA batteries required.
Best Sellers Rank #197,326 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
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4.6 out of 5 stars 211 customer reviews

4.6 out of 5 stars

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By Timothy B. Riley HALL OF FAMETOP 100 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on August 28, 2012
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Length: 0:45 Mins
When I first saw this toy I thought that would good to have for when the grandchildren come to visit. The price seems like a lot for a toy, but hey, it's Mickey. I am very glad that I was able to check it out.

The first thing that I noticed was how nice the box is that it comes in. The display box is covered with attractive graphics and allows the prospective buyer to test out a limited number of moves and to hear what Master Moves Mickey sounds like before they even decide to purchase it. All you have to do is pinch his nose and he talks and swings his arms to a beat.

I like that it comes with batteries already installed. Once it is removed from it's box all you have to do is pull a plastic strip out of the back of his neck in order the switch from demo-mode to the regular, fully functioning mode.

Mickey has certainly picked up a lot of new moves since I used to watch him on TV in the early 60's! He "raps" (I guess), dances, and even says some funny things when he falls down "Oops! Clean up on aisle five! Can I get some help?" Every child who I showed this to loved it! They all wanted to take it home. It's body is hard plastic covered by silky feeling material. This is not a soft, cuddly toy. However, it is a ton of fun. Even some older adults are amazed at how many moves Master Moves Mickey has. Once you watch it for a while you can understand why it costs what it does.

I decided to make a simple, short video in order to illustrate two things that I learned about this toy. First, it has to be on a smooth, hard surface to keep it from falling over. A wooden deck or even a carpeted floor just doesn't work very well. Secondly, this thing drives one of my dogs crazy.
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Length: 3:32 Mins
I am beginning to feel like a veteran when it comes to reviewing dancing Mickey Mouses. In 201o, we were introduced to "Dance Star Mickey" which was very novel at the time, and was a popular toy for Christmas 2010. In 2011, we were treated with "Rock Star Mickey" which was considerably shorter both in terms of size and fun (it was also disappointing that he only played two songs). Now in 2012, Fisher-Price has introduced us to "Master Moves Mickey"... who happens to go by the handle of "M3". I am happy to say, that M3 is easily the best of the bunch!

Master Moves Mickey (I am sorry, but "M3" is just so CHEESY!) plays 8 songs and has 15 separate dance moves which (in my opinion) dramatically improves the playability over both Rock Star and Dance Star Mickey. The previous models (and especially Rock Star Mickey) didn't offer enough variety in order to help keep him on the dance floor and out of the toy box. I won't say that Master Moves Mickey will be in your toddler's high rotation of favorite toys in 6 months, but he is likely to still receive a fair amount of attention.

The Details-

- Comes with 6 AA batteries

- Make sure you remove the tab from the back of Mickey's neck so that you can take him out of Demo mode.

- No volume settings, although the songs are not very loud. The only caveat is that most of Mickey's moves have a loud mechanical sound and especially when he starts to move his feet.

- The dance moves are a combination of original and old-school..... several brought big laughs from both me and my wife.

- Not soft and cuddly.... this is not a stuffed Mickey Mouse that your child will be taking to bed with them.
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Length: 3:55 Mins
I've always loved Walt Disney's Mickey Mouse. He's as American as baseball and apple pie. Throughout the years, I've collected everything of his from lunch boxes to plush to animated films. One of my life's greatest experiences was when my cousins and I met Mickey Mouse inside his dressing room at Walt Disney World. Furthermore, I love to watch break dancing and have a collection of street dancing films, which includes the entire "Breakin'" [Breakin' Collection (Breakin' / Breakin' 2: Electric Boogaloo / Beat Street)] and "Step Up" [Step Up [Blu-ray]] series. Naturally, I couldn't pass up a chance to own the Fisher-Price Master Moves Mickey (M3).

The most difficult part about playing with M3 is freeing him from his cardboard box. (On this website, I have posted four photographs depicting each side of the box. Simply click on the "View and share related images" link.) M3 requires six 1.5V "AA" (LR6) batteries. Fortunately, they are already installed. On the BOTTOM of the box, there are illustrated instructions on how to replace batteries in the soles of his shoes. One must have a Phillips Screwdriver, which is not included. (I cut out these instructions and scanned them into my computer for safe keeping and future referencing. I have posted them on this website.) Remember, before operating M3 for the first time, remove the "Try Me" pull-tab from the back of his head.

M3 is easy to operate; simply squeeze his nose. Each time his nose is squeezed, he performs a different dance routine.
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